Have your say on Cheddar issues
6.15pm. 05.11.07- POLICE in Cheddar want to work closely with residents in the area to find out the real issues affecting the village.
POLICE in Cheddar want to work closely with residents in the area to find out the real issues affecting the village.
The Partners And Communities Together (PACT) scheme is part of a national initiative to help police officers work closer with members of the community.
Sergeant Mike Tripp, of Cheddar police station, will hold a meeting in Hannah More Cottage in Lower North Street on December 3 at 7pm. Members of the public who would like to voice their concerns about problems in the village are welcome to attend.
Sgt Tripp said: "The police officers and I think we know the problems in the village but we want to get some feed back from members of the public as well."
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Cheddar Parish Council has been notified about the meeting and letters will be going up around the village over the next few weeks to alert people to the event.
December 3 has been selected as it coincides with the monthly meeting of Cheddar Local Action Team.
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